Andrew Neil takes pop at BBC Breakfast in savage post


While Glenn Middleton added: “I’m amazed people don’t understand the consequences of the current drought, just day trade on the here and now.”

“It’s not bad rain, but rock hard dried out the earth that is bad. This means more runoff than soaking in. Very simple to understand,” Brian Thomas said.

The former GB News host has taken a pop at the BBC before on social media.

In July, Andrew claimed to “switch off” the news after 10 minutes, admitting he “can see why so few folks watch it these days”.

Writing on Twitter, the broadcaster said: “Watched @BBCNewsnight for the first time in four years.

“Because of the import of today’s events. I can see why so few folks watch it these days.”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.


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